Having experience in many different facets of the industry, Scott Jeralds has established a solid career in animation, working on spinoffs of classic franchises, as well as original titles. His earliest job in the business came in 1984, when he served as a storyboard artist on "The Get Along Gang". He later worked as storyboard artist on shows like "The 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo", "Smurfs", and the animated TV adaptation of the 1989 film "Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure". In 1985, he also began to find work as a character designer, first on the series "Yogi's Treasure Hunt", which had legendary voice actors Daws Butler and Don Messick playing Yogi the Bear and his sidekick Boo Boo. He later designed characters for many productions like "Popeye and Son", "Jetsons: The Movie", and "The Pink Panther". He served as a producer for the first time in 1991 on the series "A Pup Named Scooby-Doo", which reinterpreted the classic Scooby-Doo gang as pre-teens. He later produced "The Secret Saturdays" and "Static Shock". He began his directing career in 1995, when he worked on the wacky superhero spoof, "Freakazoid!" and the next year he directed a more serious superhero in the TV movie "Superman: The Last Son of Kyrpton". Later he directed episodes of "Histeria!", "Legion of Super Heroes", and "Krypto the Superdog", which he also produced.